Monthly Archives: March 2013


Our organisation was orginally set up to look at social care issues arising out of the “Aiming High for Disabled Children” project. You can read about some of the projects we have previously been involved with on our past involvement projects page.
Current involvement projects
Holiday Childcare Survey
The Hertfordshire County Council’s survey into specialist holiday playschemes is now closed. Watch this website to see the results when published and how Herts CC are planning to respond. But don’t worry you’ve not missed your chance to have your say on how you survived the summer – please see details below of the latest KIDS/Mencap Survey for you to complete:
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Past Involvement Projects Archive

Past Involvement Projects – What have we done so far?

Since our involvement project started in 2009 we have helped feed back the voices of families with disabled children on a number of different projects. As you will see some of these projects were one-off consultations, cialis sales some are Parent Carer Involvement Board (PCIB) writing to an officer/councillor on behalf of disabled families, cialis usa and some are part of ongoing larger projects.

Aiming High for Disabled Children (AHDC) (2008-2011)– click here for details of what this consultation regarding short breaks for disabled families originally asked, what parents said they wanted and where we are now.
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Developing Special Provision Locally


The major project where parents and carers are getting involved in the educational services provided in Hertfordshire right now is:
Developing Special Provision Locally

Please click on the title/link above to discover how this project is going so far and to see how you can get involved.
Where should we get involved next?

We also want to hear from you on the educational issues that are key to your family, so

1. Please send us your thoughts on areas we should look into via the Contact Form at the bottom of the page.

2. Whilst we can’t take forward individual cases, if we feel that your comment reflects a common concern amongst parents: Continue reading